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Mélange Lavonne & Rootsology will be in LM's House... www.BlogTalkRadio.com/Lesbian-Memoirs... 1-10-09 @8pm EST.
California native Mélange Lavonne, an outspoken, openly lesbian hip-hop activist and artist whose song "Gay Bash" delves into the death of her best friend Kevin (fictional) at the hands of gay bashers. The video for the song opened for Queen Latifah’s movie “Life Support” in the 22nd London Gay & Lesbian Film Festival, and has been screened in Germany, Australia, Spain, and most recently, the 2008 Los Angeles Gay and Lesbian Film Festival.
Spoken Word Artist. www.Myspace.com/Rootsology
I came to Georgia, I saw and I conquered poetry with a band when I met 3 guys Devon, Nebraska and Mike. Together, a band was born called A GROUP CALLED KARMA. We were rock, we were poetry, we were soul, we were jazz, we were ONE. Some called us Digable Planets and others called us Floetry. We could get into any studio and create a full CD of songs within 3 hours. That's including writing the poems out in a format and the band that played behind us was on point. That's how easy we flowed together! We came together years after Digable Planets and years before Floetry. We have 3 CD's that got so many great reviews not only from the masses but from several US Major Record Labels.